Hi everyone—fairly new user here. I’ve really been enjoying working with this library for the past few weeks. In addition to being a composer, I have some background as a programmer, and was really happy to come across SCAMP. Thank you so much, @MarcEvanstein!
I thought I’d share a project I’m currently working on using SCAMP. It’s an online, binaural sound installation, with the ultimate goal being to make it available as a live YouTube stream of theoretically indefinite length. The idea is that characteristics of the sound will change in real time according to data, such as the number of people currently listening to the installation. In essence, I’ve built an instrument in Max/MSP consisting of a bank of sound generators as well as a spatialization engine, and I’m then using SCAMP/Python to play that instrument.
For now, I’ve been making some draft prototypes of the installation. To do this, I’ve simply been using some sample data for current stream viewership, letting the software run for a few minutes, and recording the results. Here’s one of them:
(Please listen with headphones!)
And here’s the Python script which is controlling everything, in case anyone wants to have a peek:
It’s still a work in progress, but just thought I’d share in case it’s of interest to folks on here (comments/questions welcome, of course!).
Look forward to chatting more about SCAMP!